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Covid: Slovenia, new cases at all-time-high

More than 12,000 infections in 24 hours, 63% PCR tests positive

Maltese Metsola chosen as new European Parliament chief

Controversy over her anti-abortion stance

Migrants: Balkan route, 124% increase of crossings in 2021

Majority are refugees who have been in the region for some time

Stoltenberg says has invited Russia,NATO allies to new talks

To ward off a possible attack on Ukraine

Serbian President Vucic today in Turkey to meet Erdogan

In Ankara, invitation from the Turkish head of state

Analysis

Balkans are emptying, population decline across the region

Recent censuses and surveys confirm a sharp drop

Bosnia Serbs mark national day amid fears of secession

Fears country is set to return to dark years of conflict

Balkans: WHO, 'Roadmap needed to bridge the health gap'

Interview with Dr. Hans H. Kluge, WHO/Europe Regional Director

China hits out at Slovenia for plan to strengthen Taiwan tie

Beijing "deeply shocked" by Slovenia's announcements

US confirms additional $200 mn in Ukraine security aid

Blinken in Kyiv urges Putin to choose 'peaceful path'

Germany hits record 100,000 daily Covid-19 cases

Omicron has become the dominant variant

Leonardo: 346 m contract for 18 helicopters to Austria

In the framework of a deal on bilateral cooperation

Eni enters Greek photovoltaic market

Company acquires Solar Konzept Greece

Energy: Slovenia, investment decision on Krsko by 2027

But it could be earlier if price crisis continues

Eni enters Greek photovoltaic market

Company acquires Solar Konzept Greece

Serbia: Belgrade's metro works start amid protests

Critics claim lines may endanger water supply

Bosnia: Italian Cinema Days kick off

Ambassador, "important event to promote our culture"

Bosnia: nearly half of young people plan to leave country

Population expected to drop to 1.6 million from current 3.5

Slovenia: first supercomputer 'Vega' launched in Maribor

Only 13 countries with more powerful systems

Tumors: cross-border project for anti-breast cancer drug

Udine, Veneto, and Slovenia to fight cancer with high incidence